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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SteveJobs2.0, Sep 28, 2014.
What do you think is the reason for no optical image stabilization in the iPhone 6
If I had to guess, I would say the camera module with OIS is taller than the one without, and if put into the iPhone 6 it would stick out more than on the iPhone 6 Plus given it's a thinner phone.
No need for a smaller device. The 6 + is bigger and its more prone to a camera shake.
Because Apple needs a new feature to sell the iPhone 6S
They could've easily added the feature to iPhone 6 by making it a bit thicker and increasing battery capacity, but they know that people will still buy the iphone 6 in spite of its missing features.
Pretty much this I guess. Im happy with my 6 despite it doesnt have OIS.
It makes me sad just how right you are
i made a side by side comparison video captured with the 6 and 6 plus. Seems like the 6 doesn't need IOS
Cost and time. It will be in the next one..
Yeah both have fantastic digital image stabilization.
OIS is more geared toward photography and small vibrations during longer exposures. It wouldn't have TOO much use with video but does help a little.
I made a post about OIS
Until you get into low light. Then OIS is the only way to go.
For pictures yes
Sounds like an Apple answer...
There's no reason why someone wouldn't want OIS. It helps to mitigate camera shake, something that is present with your arms out regardless of what they are holding.
OIS module is bigger, needs the bigger frame and consumes a lot more battery.
Yes but if literally the only phone you can choose from is the iPhone 6, it's not going to matter. No one should be getting a 6+ SOLEY for the OIS.
There really is no need to get the "6 Plus" if you are worried about the "6" not having OIS.
Here is an in-depth camera analysis, courtesy of iMore:
Well, it's the Plus...so it's GOT to be better
Sounds pretty plausible to me.
rofl at people voting "technical reasons". Never change Apple fans.
Is it that unreasonable to think it would have np made the 6 just a bit taller or wider and they decided against it to save space?
There simply isn't enough space in the smaller model, I'm sure. Plus I'm sure it's a bit of a battery hog. The lens actually moves.
I am gonna guess there was not enough space for it on the 6
Not always. See http://techcrunch.com/2014/09/17/life-is-tough/?ncid=rss
iPhone 6, no OIS
iPhone 6 Plus with OIS
Hardly a significance difference between the two in term of real world usage as camera shake isn't always a given.
The 6+ was targeted at older people with poor eyesight and shaky hands. OIS was a requirement.
For the younger more vibrant iP6 demogtaphic, wasn't needed.
Looks like a stop more of light with the 6+.. Brighter image anyway.
Not enough space.